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Sanford – Developers Wanted for Mixed Use Urban Waterfront Neighborhood

The development of a mixed use, urban waterfront neighborhood in the heart of historic Sanford, Florida, is one of the City’s community redevelopment objectives and priorities.  The City is seeking an experienced development partner to work with the City developing what will be the City’s architecturally defining urban waterfront neighborhood.  The City is very earnest…

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Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Awarded $165,000 Grant

LAKE WORTH, FL; August 31, 2015 – The Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County were awarded $165,000 from The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties. Funds received from this grant are being used to help support our new “Creative Corridor Initiative.” The Initiative is a…

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Manatee developer Carlos Beruff quits board after approving Pat Neal’s wetland building permit

Local developer Carlos Beruff has resigned from his position on the Southwest Florida Water Management District governing board, using his last day to motion for the approval of fellow local developer Pat Neal’s controversial four-home subdivision on Perico Island wetlands. Beruff’s term was scheduled to end in March 2017, but he submitted a resignation to…

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Tampa port flexes muscle, injecting waterfront plan into downtown renaissance

With Port Tampa Bay’s unveiling of a $1.7 billion redevelopment vision for its 45 acres of waterfront property near the Channel District, a cornerstone piece of greater downtown Tampa’s potential renaissance has arrived. The bold port plan, highlighted by the purposely sky-high 75-story twin towers, seeks to resurrect a stretch of waterfront still pockmarked with…

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